Well, that happened. And by that, I mean probably one of the best episodes Arrow has ever delivered, and absolutely the very best Felicity-centric episode in the history of this show. Just when I thought they couldn’t possibly top last week’s amazing hour, they go and deliver everything I have ever wanted to see on this show.
Last night’s Arrow was everything that made me fall in love with this show in the first place. For the past season and a half, the CW hit show had been struggling with storylines and character development and finding a balance between all elements of the show.
Mon-El, darling, you need to come back. I don’t care if you got dragged into a black hole, you need to come back right away. Kara needs you. We all need you, because that Kara we saw last night is not the sweet, happy, kind-hearted Kara Danvers we have all come to know and love. So please, we’re begging you here. Come back.
We are less than two weeks away from finally finding out what happened after Prometheus blew up Lian Yu with pretty much the entire Team Arrow on it. About to premiere its sixth season, we are all curious how Arrow will be formatted going forward, now that the flashbacks from Oliver’s five years in hell are over.
The mega DC heroes crossover on The CW has become a tradition. Now with four shows under the DC unbrella, the crossover events seem to be getting bigger and bigger every year. But even though it’s at least a 3-hour extravaganza, it is usually hard to involve so many shows and so many characters in whatever is going on.
The wait has been long and nearly unbearable, Arrow fans. I know. The Powers That Be left us with a jaw-dropping cliffhanger last season, after Oliver and Team Arrow all played straight into super villain Prometheus’ hands.